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The Bible of the Discography of an Alchemist Master, John Zorn

Updated: Jul 6



With Understanding Comes Appreciation


The one word virtually everyone can agree on in any discussion of the work of composer John Zorn is "prolific" in the strictest sense of the definition. I don’t think someone is close in that regard considering only official releases. Frank Zappa is probably on par in terms of number of compositions which have seen the sunlight, but not even close in the number of records though (127); John doubles the genius in that figure, at least until the vault and UM say the opposite, but other than the master, again, I don’t think someone is even close.


So the following post is an attempt to build a comprehensive guide of the massive official catalog of John Zorn (330+), which at times is not clear nor easy how to get or dive into it; so I ordered it by his different projects, series and groups hoping it could work as a "Bible" of his discography. It also includes all his album collaborations (37), in which he fully collaborated with other artists, some featured albums (5), in which he had limited participation, a couple of rarities, and some chamber compositions performed by other great musicians —the latter is not considered in the official numbering I'm presenting and assembling below though, those are just mentioned in the list for the sake of demanding & curious fans.


Each group (band/ensemble), project and series shows you the number of albums, songs and its duration in hours and minutes. Each album as well, indicates its year of release, its digital resolution, and whether it is available for streaming or not on Apple Music. The latter has been a matter of interest and discussion by plenty of fans since the catalog was released for streaming, so I guess it is going to be worthy, mostly since some albums are not that easy to find regardless the streaming platform.


Regarding Apple Music, I’d rather use its service over other streaming platforms for several reason (I think it is worth to go deeper on this in other post, so I promise I’ll do it in the close future), but for my purpose here, its main advantage is that it lets you import the albums from your CDs in lossless resolution, which are not available for streaming in its service to your library, which in Zorn’s case, the number of albums that are not available for streaming are 63, i.e. 18% of his official catalog, not a minor thing —at least not for your obsessive Shark here, and mostly when you also consider that some of his most iconic projects like The Masada Book No. One, The Bagatelles Collection and the Naked City Albums for instance, are not available for streaming. Not to mention, it lets you create cool smart-playlists by doing queries of each group, series or project, so you don’t have to drag and drop each album/song in order to assemble a certain playlist of your preference. The latter takes a lot of relevance specially when you are dealing with such large catalog as John’s.


I'm also sharing not only the images of the playlists I created on Apple Music, based on the information presented here; i.e. based on the classification of the series, projects and groups, but the links to those public playlists. Just click on the image or the underlined title of the playlist and voilà! The latter will save you a lot of time if you want to assemble them manually; again, you just have to click on the link and add them to your library on Apple Music. Also, each series, project or band presents as well an engaging description at a glance, to orient the listener what kind of music will likely hear in a specific playlist. These descriptions are also available for their visualization in the playlists on Apple Music. The images of the playlists as well show the description of a remarkable album, which could serve as a point of entry to a certain series or ensemble. Since our alchemist master covered a lot of ground in music, the latter could help to open the curiosity of newbies and casual fans, and even to open the appetite of some more familiar and hardcore fans to explore new territories in his music. It's also worth to mention that I also created cool minimalistic cover arts for each playlist on Apple Music, so this is also an attempt to be aligned to the whole superb art that John also offers escorting his music. These cover arts of the playlists on Apple Music can be distinguished by 3 colors; black for groups/bands/ensembles, yellow for series and projects, and white for miscellanies.


I’m also sharing a very cool map (link) made by emmanuel888 (instagram account), which graphically guide us throughout his massive discography. While it is not updated, it considers a big chunk of his catalog presented here, and shows us a cool holistic overview of his prolific career —similar to what I did with Frank Zappa’s discography and shared in other post at this corner; check it out if you are interested (A Treasure-Map of the Official Discography of Frank Zappa).


Yes, I'll keep this updated, so I encourage you to subscribe to my blog and follow this post to stayed tuned.


Said that, hopefully this artisanal yet state-of-the-art guide, works as a Bible to orient fans and curios fellas to the music of our beloved alchemist master, John Zorn.


Enjoy!

 

Milestones


3,424 songs. 331 official albums. 12.3 days of continuous music listening. 52 GB of music. 67 albums (20%) are not available for streaming on Apple Music. Last Update: 23.01.2024.

 

27 Albums. 251 Songs. 22 hr 30 min.

Zorn's prolific solo works at best; from his "file card" compositions (Spillane) to explorative rock trios (Locus Solus), great science-fantasy and creativity (The Big Gundown), exotic duckcalls and improvisations (Ganryu Island), to driving rhythms, soaring lyricism, textures, moods and fantastic colors (Sanatorium Under the Sign of the Hourglass), to crazy noise music; to you name it!


Locus Solus (1983 & 1997)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Ganryu Island (1984 & 1998)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Big Gundown (1985 & 2000, remastered, with bonus tracks)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Spillane (1987) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Spy vs Spy: The Music of Ornette Coleman (1989)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Elegy (1992) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)1


Kristallnacht (1993)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


First Recordings 1973 (1995)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


New Traditions in East Asian Bar Bands (1997)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Bribe (1998) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Godard/Spillane (1999)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Music in Sacred Light (2002)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Sanatorium Under the Sign of the Hourglass: A Tribute to Bruno Schultz - The Cracow Klezmer Band Plays John Zorn (2005) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Femina (2009)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Dictée/Liber Novus (2010)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Interzone (2010)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Satyr's Play / Cerberus (2011 & 2012, deluxe edition book ltd. 66 copies)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Mount Analogue (2012)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Nosferatu (2012)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


In The Hall of Mirrors (2014)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Song Project (2014) (MP3 @320 Kbps; Uploaded)


The Song Project Live at Le Poisson Rouge (2015)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Forro Zinho - Forro in the Dark Plays Zorn (2015)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


James Moore Plays The Book of Heads (2015)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Urmuz Epigrams (2018)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


In a Convex Mirror (2018)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Tractatus Musico-Philosophicus (2019)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Perchance To Dream... (2022)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



4 Albums. 35 Songs. 6 hr 11 min.


This is not "music" in terms of traditional rhythm, tonal centres, or anything of that sort. It's hardly even free jazz. Formed by Zorn's formal instructions or moves chosen by the player, the recordings collected here present a discontinuous world of discrete sounds. Zorn's signature jump-cut aesthetics on display throughout the box. Here, however, a rawness takes form. This music bristles with energy that turns on and off as easily as a light switch. Historically this is arguably as important a set as any Blue Note or Prestige milestone... one can often hear things in this collection which echo more vividly than much of Zorn's more obvious 'outrageous' work. The Parachute Years: 1977–1981 is a compilation album 7-CD box set by John Zorn. It features recordings of Zorn's game pieces originally released as self-produced albums on the Parachute label as well as previously unreleased performances.


Lacrosse (1977, 2000) 2CD(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Pool (1980, 2000)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Hockey (1980, 2002)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Archery (1981, 2001) 3CD(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



3 Albums. 18 Songs. 2 hr 47 min.


After over 40 years there is still no one who plays the sax quite like John Zorn. Using the instrument as sound maker, he commands a saxophone language of unmatched versatility. John Zorn's infamous solo music for saxophone and duckcalls bring together his obsessive love for cartoon music, free jazz and musique concréte in a passionate and astonishing heterophony. The maverick composer, arranger and saxophonist first came to prominence in the early '80's as an improviser. Using self-invented techniques, bizarre effects and unusual tools, Zorn created his own personal instrumental language - instantly recognizable and still breathtaking over decades to come. Filled with wit, drama, playfulness and intensity, the composer’s legendary virtuosity and powerful improvisational logic is on full display in these astonishing releases."This music is both exhilarating and frightening. Although the musical ideas can be traced back to earlier recordings such as Mikhail Zoetrope and up to more recent works such as my duos with Yamantaka Eye this stuff still sounds like it's coming from outerspace." —John Zorn


The Classic Guide to Strategy: Vol 1&2 (1985)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 9: The Classic Guide to Strategy Volume Three (by John Zorn, 2004)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Classic Guide to Strategy: Volume 4 (2016)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



5 Albums. 60 Songs. 6 hr 16 min.


One of the central sources for the conception behind these pieces, oddly enough, was the Avalon Hill game company, which created strategic simulation games involving arcane sets of rules, dice rolls, etc., in an effort to approximate, for example, war planning and theory. Zorn, a games aficionado with an affinity for elastic rules systems, developed a unique, expansive, and highly flexible series of prompts and rules, taught and distributed them to many of the downtown New York City musicians of the early '80s, and staged numerous highly entertaining performances of the ensuing "conflicts." At such an event, inevitably more viscerally enjoyable than a recording of same, Zorn would hold up cards with symbols, usually choosing certain small combinations of players. These symbols could instruct, among many other things, that the musicians improvise in a certain style (surf guitar, free noise, punk, etc.) and/or could delimit the duration, volume, and so on. He would thus spontaneously organize a composition that, for all its apparent anarchy, was actually following a relatively strict set of assumptions. The kicker was that the players could counteract his commands, forming ad hoc blocs, cooperate or betray said blocs, form alliances "against" other players, etc. As an audience member, one saw a wonderful display of real-time politics combined with art creation, and the result was often spectacular.


Cobra (1987)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


John Zorn's Cobra: Live at the Knitting Factory (1992)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


John Zorn's Cobra: Tokyo Operations '94 (1994) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Xu Feng: John Zorn's Game Pieces Volume 1 (2000) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Cobra: John Zorn's Game Pieces Volume 2 (2002)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



34 Albums. 268 Songs. 1 Day.


New concert works exploring and exploding the world of classical concert music.


Redbird (1995)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Book of Heads (1995)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Duras: Duchamp (1997)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Angelus Novus (1998)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Aporias: Requia for Piano and Orchestra (1998)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The String Quartets (1999)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Cartoon S/M (2000)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Madness, Love and Mysticism (2001)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Songs from the Hermetic Theatre (2001)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Chimeras (2003 & 2010, Revised Edition)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Magick (2004)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Mysterium (2005)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Rituals (2005)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


From Silence to Sorcery (2007)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


What Thou Wilt (2010)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Music and Its Double (2012)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Rimbaud (2012)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Lemma (2013)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


On the Torment of Saints, the Casting of Spells and the Evocation of Spirits (2013)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Shir Hashirim (2013)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Alchemist (2014)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Fragmentations, Prayers and Interjections (2014)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Myth and Mythopoeia (2014)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Hen to Pan (2015) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Madrigals (2016) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Sacred Visions (2016)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Commedia Dell’arte (2016)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


There Is No More Firmament (2017)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Interpretation of Dreams (2017)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Encomia (2019)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Les Maudits (2020)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Azoth (2020)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Turner Études (2020)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Heaven And Earth Magick (2021)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Song of Songs (CD book, 2022) MISSING



8 Albums.141 Songs. 6 hr 28 min.


Naked City's intense and groundbreaking music combining free jazz, bebop, r&b, country, funk, rockabilly, surf, metal and grindcore—usually in the same song! Naked City was something of an avant-rock/free jazz New York supergroup in the late '80s and early '90s, featuring an all-star cast of New York jazz experimentalists and led by the most-famous downtown musician of them all, John Zorn. Comprised of Zorn on alto sax, Wayne Horvitz on keyboards, Bill Frisell on guitar, Fred Frith on bass, and Joey Baron on drums (and occasionally vocalist Yamatsuka Eye), Naked City, more than any other Zorn-led group, established him with a rock audience. The band had an enormous repertoire and its sets were famously unpredictable. Zorn says that he conceived the band as a compositional workshop; the challenge was to write as much as possible within the limited format. Once he stopped "hearing and writing for the band," it disbanded.


Naked City (1990)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Torture Garden (1990)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Grand Guignol (1992)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Leng Tch'e (1992)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Heretic (1992)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Radio (1993)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Absinthe (1993)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Naked City Live, Vol. 1: The Knitting Factory 1989 (2002)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



5 Albums. 59 Songs. 7 hr 2min.


Drawing equally from the tradition of jazz, hardcore punk, dub, ambient and much more, Painkiller has created some of the most intense music you're ever likely to hear, enclosed in some of the most deliriously beautiful artwork you're ever likely to see. Pain Killer, formed in 1991, includes John Zorn on alto sax, Bill Laswell on bass, and onetime Napalm Death drummer Mick Harris. Zorn is a well-known bebop and free jazz artist, while Laswell has played free jazz with several groups and produced albums for jazz, metal, alternative, and pop artists; both are very active on the New York City avant-garde jazz scene. PainKiller grew out of Zorn's admiration for death-metal/grindcore groups like Napalm Death, whom he praised as having the same intensity as 1960s free jazz; the music is a unique and challenging hybrid of the two.


Rituals: Live in Japan (1993)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Collected Works (1997, includes Guts of a Virgin, Buried Secrets, Execution Ground, Live in Osaka and bonus material) 4CD(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Talisman: Live in Nagoya (2002)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 12 (2005, guest vocals by Mike Patton)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Prophecy: Live in Europe (2013)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



25 Albums. 456 Songs. 20 hr 18 min.


Injecting new life into an exciting art form that continues to evolve despite Hollywood's attempts to the contrary.


Filmworks 1986–1990 (1991) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks II: Music for an Untitled Film by Walter Hill (1995)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks III: 1990–1995 (1995)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks IV: S/M + More (1996) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks V: Tears of Ecstasy (1996) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks VI: 1996 (1997) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks VII: Cynical Hysterie Hour (1997, originally in 1989 as "Cynical Hysterie Tour," Japan only) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks VIII: 1997 (1998) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks IX: Trembling Before G-d (2000) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks X: In the Mirror of Maya Deren (2001) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks XI: Secret Lives (Under The Wing)(2002)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks XII: Three Documentaries (2002) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks XIII: Invitation to a Suicide (2002) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks XIV: Hiding and Seeking (2003) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks XV: Protocols of Zion (2005) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks XVI: Workingman's Death (2005) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks Anthology (2005) - compilation of tracks from first 15 Filmworks albums plus one unissued recording (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks XVII: Notes on Marie Menken/Ray Bandar: A Life with Skulls (2006) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks XVIII: The Treatment (2006) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks XIX: The Rain Horse (2008) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks XX: Sholem Aleichem (2008) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks XXI: Belle de Nature/The New Rijksmuseum (2008) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks XXII: The Last Supper (2008) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks XXIII: El General (2009) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks XXIV: The Nobel Prizewinner (2010) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Filmworks XXV: City of Slaughter/Schmatta/Beyond the Infinite (2013) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



18 Albums. 214 Songs. 23hr 6 min.


The Masada Quartet was formed by John Zorn to perform new material he began composing in 1993 and 1994 as he consciously set out to explore references to Jewish tradition in his own music. The name Masada is used to refer to both this original quartet and the book of 205 compositions that Zorn created as the band's repertoire. Zorn's Masada compositions integrate elements of klezmer, Eastern and Middle music with jazz, avant-garde, and classical, to produce this new form of Jewish music. It does not emphasize the unity and permanence of the Jewish experience, but rather its many facets and aspects. Zorn doesn't draw on one tradition, but on many. Like Zorn's Great Jewish Music series on Tzadik, he identifies Jewish music as not just klezmer, but all kinds of music that Jews of the ages have lived with, composed and performed. All these types of music, from Mahler's symphonies to Burt Bacharach's pop melodies and Lou Reed's dissonant rock are echoed in the Masada songbook.


Alef (1994)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Beit (1994)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Gimel (1994)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Dalet (1995) EP(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Hei (1995)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Vav (1995)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Zayin (1996)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Het (1997)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Tet (1998)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Yod (1998)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Live in Taipei 1995 (1998) 2CD(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Live in Jerusalem 1994 (1999) 2CD(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Live in Middelheim 1999 (1999)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Live in Sevilla 2000 (2000)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Live at Tonic 2001 (2001) 2CD(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


First Live 1993 (2002)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 7 (2004)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Sanhedrin 1994–1997 (2005) 2CD(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



5 Albums. 89 Songs. 7 hr.


The magical interplay and incredible virtuosity of this exhilarating trio of string masters has made it one of the most beloved and acclaimed of all Masada ensembles. Their breathtaking virtuosity, extraordinary passion and telepathic interplay has increased over the years and now their performances set a new standard for excitement, concentration and commitment. These three brilliant musicians, under the “baton” of the composer himself present a varied program of delicate lyricism, poignant ballads and driving blasts of energy. New music for the new millennium drawing upon classical, jazz and gypsy folk traditions through the postmodern lens of Radical Jewish Culture.


Bar Kokhba (1996, on 10 tracks) 2CD (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Circle Maker (1998, Disc 1 by Masada String Trio, Disc 2 by Bar Kokhba Sextet) 2CD(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 1 (2004)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Azazel: Book of Angels Volume 2 (2005)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Haborym: Book of Angels Volume 16 (2010)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



4 Albums. 92 Songs. 8 hr 26 min.


Working on Masada series albums in early 90-s, John Zorn made some recordings using Masada material, but arranged for small orchestra. Later this 1994-1996 recordings were released at separate album under Bar Kokhba name. This project was frozen till 1998, when new excellent double album was recorded, called The Circle Maker. First CD was recorded by classical-cum-chamber of previous Bar Kokhba project musicians (Mark Feldman (violin), Erik Friedlander (cello), and Cohen, (bass)) under the name The Masada String Trio. Second album of the CD was recorded with another team of former Bar Kokhba project musicians (in fact, The Masada String Trio plus Marc Ribot (guitar), Cyro Baptista (percussion) and Joey Baron (drums)). This new line-up was named as Bar Kokhba Sextet. The performing style of both groups is characterized by the use of improvisation (sometimes conducted by Zorn himself) and its use of the inflections of Jewish music that are part of the compositional language of Zorn's Masada themes.


Some years later The Masada String Trio released few more albums under its own name.


Bar Kokhba (1996) 2CD(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Circle Maker (1998, Disc 1 by Masada String Trio, Disc 2 by Bar Kokhba Sextet) 2CD (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 11 (2005)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Lucifer: Book of Angels Volume 10 (2008)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



3 Albums. 30 Songs. 2 hr 42 min.


Electro-acoustic excursion for 3 wind machines and 2 controlled feedback systems dedicated to Edgar Varese, and a virtuosic classical chamber piece for violin, percussion and piano. These are framed by a poly-rhythmic etude for percussion and celeste and a charming nostalgic lullaby. Running the gamut of styles from moody exotica, hardcore punk, classical, jazz, surf, world music and more. This series also includes a side of John Zorn you’ve rarely heard, the music of The Gift is both relaxing and stimulating, like feeling perfectly at home in a place you’ve never been before. John Zorn "for lovers only."


Music for Children (Vol 1, 1998)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Taboo & Exile (Vol 2, 1999)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Gift (Vol 3, 2001)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



2 Albums. 25 Songs. 2 hr 58 min.


Mike Patton, Ikue Mori and John Zorn are Hemophiliac, and together they are responsible for some of the wildest improvisational music ever. This brutal alto sax/voice & effects/computer trio is incredibly intense live and these recordings capture their scary sonic storm.


Hemophiliac (2002)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 6 (2004)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



5 Albums. 79 Songs. 5 hr 55 min.


In 1993 John Zorn began composing and performing his 208 tunes that now comprise what is known as the Masada songbook. To celebrate the tenth anniversary of this, his most popular musical project, John Zorn has organized a series of CDs, featuring his most illustrious colleagues performing their own unique arrangements of these classics of modern Jewish music.


Masada Anniversary Edition Vol. 1: Masada Guitars (2003) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Masada Anniversary Edition Vol. 2: Voices in the Wilderness (2003) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Masada Anniversary Edition Vol. 3: The Unknown Masada (2003) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Masada Anniversary Edition Vol. 4: Masada Recital (2004) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Masada Anniversary Edition Vol. 5: Masada Rock (2005) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



12 Albums. 118 Songs. 13 hr 35 min.


The best live shows from Zorn's historic performances in September 2003 at Tonic celebrating his 50th birthday. Some remarkable performances of iconic ensembles include Bar Kokhba Sexet, Electric Masada, PainKiller, Locus Solus, and featuring special guest such as Fred Frith, Yamataka Eye, Milford Graves and much more.


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 1 (by Masada String Trio, 2004) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 2 (by Milford Graves/John Zorn, 2004) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 3 (by Locus Solus, 2004) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 4 (by Electric Masada, 2004) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 5 (by Fred Frith/John Zorn, 2004) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 6 (by Hemophiliac, 2004) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 7 (by Masada, 2004) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 8 (by Wadada Leo Smith/Susie Ibarra/John Zorn, 2004)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 9: The Classic Guide to Strategy Volume Three (by John Zorn, 2004) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 10 (by Yamataka Eye/John Zorn, 2005) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 11 (by Bar Kokhba Sextet, 2005) 3 CD (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 12 (by Painkiller, 2005) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



2 Albums. 22 Songs. 3 hr 49 min.


Electric Masada combines the raw power and manic speed of Naked City, the improvisational edge of Cobra and the spiritual lyricism of the Masada songbook. Featuring a level of musical communication, excitement, versatility and complexity very few bands have been able to attain, this is Zorn at his very best. Astonishing group conductions, searing solos and crazed insanity from one of the most amazing bands Zorn has ever had.


50th Birthday Celebration Volume 4 (2004)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


At the Mountains of Madness (2005) 2CD(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



32 Albums. 330 Songs. 1 Day.


John Zorn’s rep as the angry bad boy of the downtown avant-garde has always been a bit of a caricature. His music has long stressed wit and beauty as much as squeals and hollers. But in the 2000's, he tapped into a buoyant, almost gentle lyricism while still sounding distinctively Zorn. It started in 2005 with a new series of compositions that he called “Book of Angels: Masada Book Two.” Masada was the quartet he formed in the early ‘90s (one of that decade’s most exciting and signature jazz bands). More to the point here, it was a book of eventually over 300 compositions that he wrote—jazz heads, each written in one of the two “Jewish scales,” a major scale with the 2nd note flat or a minor scale with the 4th note sharp. Zorn didn’t specify instrumentation in this sheet music, so the tunes could be played by any sort of ensemble. First there was the quartet (with Zorn himself on alto sax); then there were the Masada String Trio, Bar Kokhba (a sextet with strings and percussion), Electric Masada, and others. “Book of Angels” continued this tradition, but with more emphasis on the ethereal and lyrical than on the noisy and intense (though there is still some of the latter, just as the original series had plenty of the former).


Astaroth: Book of Angels Volume 1 (by Jamie Saft Trio, 2005) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Azazel: Book of Angels Volume 2 (by Masada String Trio, 2005) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Malphas: Book of Angels Volume 3 (by Mark Feldman & Sylvie Courvoisier, 2006) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Orobas: Book of Angels Volume 4 (by Koby Israelite, 2006) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Balan: Book of Angels Volume 5 (by The Cracow Klezmer Band, 2006) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Moloch: Book of Angels Volume 6 (by Uri Caine, 2006) (ACC @256 Kbps; on Streaming)


Asmodeus: Book of Angels Volume 7 (by Marc Ribot, 2007) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Volac: Book of Angels Volume 8 (by Erik Friedlander, 2007) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Xaphan: Book of Angels Volume 9 (by Secret Chiefs 3, 2008) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Lucifer: Book of Angels Volume 10 (by Bar Kokhba Sextet, 2008)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Zaebos: Book of Angels Volume 11 (by Medeski, Martin and Wood, 2008) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Stolas: Book of Angels Volume 12 (by Masada Quintet featuring Joe Lovano, 2009) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Mycale: Book of Angels Volume 13 (by Mycale, 2010) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Ipos: Book of Angels Volume 14 (by The Dreamers, 2010) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Baal: Book of Angels Volume 15 (by Ben Goldberg Quartet, 2010) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Haborym: Book of Angels Volume 16 (by Masada String Trio, 2010) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Caym: Book of Angels Volume 17 (by Banquet of the Spirits, 2011) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Pruflas: Book of Angels Volume 18 (by David Krakauer, 2012) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Abraxas: Book of Angels Volume 19 (by Shanir Ezra Blumenkranz, 2012) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Tap: Book of Angels Volume 20 (by Pat Metheny, 2013) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Alastor: Book of Angels Volume 21 (by Eyvind Kang, 2014) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Adramelech: Book of Angels Volume 22 (by Zion80, 2014) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Aguares: Book of Angels Volume 23 (by Roberto Juan Rodríguez, 2014) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Amon: Book of Angels Volume 24 (by Klezmerson, 2015) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Gomory: Book of Angels Volume 25 (by Mycale, 2015) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Cerberus: Book of Angels Volume 26 (by The Spike Orchestra, 2015) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Flaga: Book of Angels Volume 27 (by Flaga, 2016) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Andras: Book of Angels Volume 28 (by Nova Express Quintet, 2016) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Flauros: Book of Angels Volume 29 (by AutorYno, 2016) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Leonard: Book of Angels Volume 30 (by Garth Knox and The Saltarello Trio, 2017) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Buer: Book of Angels Volume 31 (by The Brian Marsella Trio, 2017) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Paimon: Book of Angels Volume 32 (by Mary Halvorson Quartet, 2017) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



11 Albums. 105 Songs. 9 hr 36 min.


The Book Beri'ah is supposed to be Zorn's last book of Masada compositions and features some of the Zorn family members. Sofia Rei, Julian Lage, Bill Frisell, Kenny Wollensen, Brian Masella, Cyro Baptista and Craig Taborn among others are in this album collection that, as always and faithful to the Zorn style, brings together a completely varied and almost endless catalog of styles and colors. With this new delivery it reaches 613 compositions, the number of 'mitzvot', or commandments, contained in the Jewish Torah. From the initial 'Keter' (crown) which features the voice of Sofia Rei in Spanish accompanied by the bass and saz of JC Maillard to the final duo of pianists formed by Craig Taborn and Vadim Neselovski, called 'Da'at' (knowledge ), whatever you want, from ethereal atmospheres to playful pieces and, as always, intensity. The Masada project is 25 years old and Zorn at 64 years old, I don't think he has anything to prove. His music does not seek to make friends, it is free.


CD1 - Keter (by Sofia Rei & JC Maillard) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


CD2 - Chokhma (by Cleric) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


CD3 - Binah (by The Spike Orchestra) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


CD4 - Chesed (by Julian Lage & Gyan Riley) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


CD5 - Gevurah (by Abraxas) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


CD6 - Tiferet (by Klezmerson) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


CD7 - Netzach (by The Gnostic Trio) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


CD8 - Hod (by Zion80) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


CD9 - Yesod (by Banquet of the Spirits) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


CD10 - Malkhut (by Secret Chiefs 3) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


CD11 - Da'at (by Craig Taborn & Vadim Neselovskyi) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



2 Albums. 15 songs. 1.6 hr.

NMQ is a tight unit of like-minded virtuosi and one of the best groups Zorn has ever had. Bristling hot guitar master Julian Lage, bass wizard Jorge Roeder and 30-year Zorn veteran Kenny Wollesen perform with a crackling live energy that brings the Masada music to life like never before! Led by Zorn’s versatile sax and stop and start conducting, the music is filled with burning solos, telepathic group interaction, heartfelt lyricism and hypnotic grooves.


New Masada Quartet (2021)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


New Masada Quartet, Volume Two (2023)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



7 Albums. 54 Songs. 5 hr 12 min.


Zorn’s Moonchild is a hardcore song cycle scored for voice, bass and drums. This powerful rock unit features three of his most illustrious, longtime cohorts who have worked together in bands such as Naked City, Fantomas, Mr. Bungle and Electric Masada and are keenly in tune with Zorn’s language and aesthetic. Musicians are always at their best in Zorn projects and Moonchild is no exception. You have never heard these players as up front, on the edge or as inspired as they are here, raging through pieces of terrifying intensity. Drawing on preverbal language and the primal power of rock music, this is Torture Garden with an alchemical twist —spontaneous, complex and evocative.


Moonchild: Songs Without Words (2006)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Astronome (2006)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Six Litanies for Heliogabalus (2007) with John Zorn, Jamie Saft, Ikue Mori & chorusv(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Crucible (2008) with John Zorn & Marc Ribot(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Ipsissimus (2010) - with John Zorn & Marc Ribot(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Templars: In Sacred Blood (2012) with John Medeski(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Last Judgment (2014) with John Medeski(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



6 Albums. 61 Songs. 5 hr 10 min.


Continuing in the tradition of his popular album The Gift, Zorn again combines a lifetime of musical passions—world music, movie soundtracks, jazz, minimalism, exotica, funk, surf rock and more—to create a vibrant and multifaceted album of instrumental fairy tales. Masterfully performed by the all-star players from Electric Masada, The Dreamers is a project of breathtaking variety and will attract listeners of all backgrounds and ages. Bathed in a lush package created by the acclaimed artist and exclusive Tzadik graphic designer Chippy, and accompanied by a sheet of collectable character stickers, The Dreamers is one of Zorn’s most beautiful and appealing projects. Seductive lyricism, hypnotic grooves, catchy hooks and romantic moods from this genre-bashing master of surprise.


The Dreamers (2008) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


O'o (2009) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Ipos: Book of Angels Volume 14 (2010) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


A Dreamers Christmas (2011) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Pellucidar: A Dreamers Fantabula (2015) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Dreamers: The Gentle Side(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)



7 Albums. 69 Songs. 5 hr 41 min.


Following up on seeds first planted in the depths of the Interzone conspiracy, Nova Express combines the quirky atonal lyricism of Zorn's classical music with the cut up techniques of Naked City and the intimate virtuosity of the Masada songbook. Scored for a modern jazz quartet of vibes, piano, bass and drums, these episodic, dynamic and moody compositions feature some of Zorn's strongest writing. Performed by an all-star group of four downtown masters, this is an exciting new sound from the world of John Zorn. Modern chamber music filled with beautiful details and dramatic passions composed and conducted by our East Village musical

alchemist.


Nova Express (2011) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


At the Gates of Paradise (2011) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


A Vision in Blakelight (2012) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Concealed (2012) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Dreamachines (2013) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


On Leaves of Grass (2014) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Andras: Book of Angels Volume 28 (2016) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



8 Albums. 72 Songs. 6 hr 6 min.


One of Zorn’s most beloved and unique 21st century ensembles, the Gnostic Trio features the distinctive guitar of Bill Frisell, the vibraphone of Kenny Wollesen and the ethereal harp stylings of Carol Emanuel. The sounds are soulful and heavenly. Frisell’s magical sonorities dance around harp and vibraphone creating a heavenly improvisational counterpoint. Zorn turns to chamber music simplicity with an intimate ensemble of harp, vibraphone and guitar inspired by Early Music, Debussy, the minimalism of Reich, Riley and Glass and esoteric spiritual traditions from around the world. The music is lyrical and hypnotic, perfect for early morning meditation, a lonely afternoon, or midnight contemplation. Performed with great feeling by long time Zorn collaborators Bill Frisell, Carol Emanuel and Kenny Wollesen, who interact with sensitivity and grace; Zorn's most tender and subtle creations.


The Gnostic Preludes (2012)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Mysteries (2013)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


In Lambeth (2013)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Testament of Solomon (2014)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Transmigration of the Magus (2014)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Mockingbird (2016)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Masada Book Three - The Book Beri'ah - Netzach: Eternity (2018)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Gnosis: The Inner Light (2021)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



3 Albums. 27 Songs. 2 hr 24 min.


Inspired by esoteric spiritual practices, white magic, ritual, traditional myths and ancient legends, Zorn brings together a life long interest in mysticism with powerful lyricism to fashion this dynamic and evocative series of Odes for the New Millennium. Blending an hypnotic minimalist propulsion with the complex cinematic sweep of Zorn's fast changing extended file card compositions, the music develops from moment to moment in ways both surprising and inevitable. Breathtaking and hauntingly beautiful.


Alhambra Love Songs (2009) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


In Search of the Miraculous (2010) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Goddess – Music for the Ancient of Days (2010) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



12 Albums. 31 songs. 9 hr 24 min.


Although organ was Zorn's first instrument (he often credits Lon Chaney in the silent classic Phantom of the Opera as a primal influence), in 2011 Zorn surprised even his hardcore fans by initiating a new series of solo organ concerts in churches around the world. A perfect outlet for Zorn's dramatic sense of color and contrast, we hear the composer’s mind at work in all its bizarre permutations—huge blocks of sound, chords, clusters, counterpoint, drones, ostinatos, lyrical melodies and more—often all at the same time!


The Hermetic Organ (2012)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


The Hermetic Organ Vol. 2 - St. Paul’s Chapel (2014) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Hermetic Organ Vol. 3 - St. Paul’s Hall, Huddersfield (2015) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Hermetic Organ Vol. 4 - St. Bart's (2016) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Hermetic Organ Vol. 5 - Philharmonie De Paris (2017) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Hermetic Organ Vol. 6 - For Edgar Allan Poe (2019) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Hermetic Organ Vol. 7 - St. John the Divine (2019) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Hermetic Organ Vol. 8 - For Antonin Artaud (2019) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Hermetic Organ Vol. 9 - Liber VII (2022) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Hermetic Organ Vol. 10 - Bozar, Brussels (2022)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


The Hermetic Organ, Vol. 11: For Terry Riley (2024)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)

The Hermetic Organ, Vol 12: The Bosh Requiem (feat. John Medeski)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



3 Albums. 28 Songs. 2 hr 16 min.


Blending a punk rock sensibility with Sephardic tribalism via a taste of North African Gnawa magic, Abraxas is one of the most primal and rocking ensembles in the Masada family.


Abraxas: Book of Angels Volume 19 (2012)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Psychomagia (2014)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Masada Book Three - The Book Beri'ah - Gevurah: Severity (2018)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



2 Albums. 24 Songs. 1 hr 28 min.


Jumping from composition to improvisation so seamlessly that it is often impossible to tell what is what, this is some of the craziest music he has ever created. These miniatures combine atonal lyricism with rock intensity and amazing instrumental madness: Captain Beefheart’s Magic Band meets Arnold Schoenberg!


Enigmata (2011) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Valentine's Day (2014) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



10 Albums. 74 Songs. 7 hr 14 min.


The most extreme organ trio ever, Simulacrum is yet another wild new direction from Downtown Alchemist John Zorn, who continues to explore new worlds and new ensembles into his sixth decade.

Dramatic through-composed pieces that unfold with a cinematic logic, this genre bending music defies classification, touching upon metal, jazz, minimalism, atonality, noise and more. Passionately performed by an unusual all-star trio of John Medeski (MMW), Matt Hollenberg (Cleric) and Kenny this is powerful and fascinating music that highlights the MENTAL in experimental! Riveting!


Simulacrum (2015) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The True Discoveries of Witches and Demons (feat. Trevor Dunn & Marc Ribot, 2015)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Inferno (2015)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Painted Bird (feat. Ches Smith & Kenny Wollesen, 2016)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


49 Acts Of Unspeakable Depravity In The Abominable Life And Times Of Gilles De Rais (2016)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Garden Of Earthly Delights (feat. Trevor Dunn, 2017)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Beyond Good And Evil—Simulacrum Live (2020)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Baphomet (2020)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Nostradamus: The Death Of Satan (2021)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Spinoza (feat. Bill Frisell & John Zorn, 2022)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



2 Albums. 20 Songs. 1 hr 30 min.


Insurrection is an intense instrumental project featuring guitar wizards Julian Lage and Matt Hollenberg with the incredible rhythm section of Trevor Dunn and Kenny Grohowski. Inspired by some of the greatest experimental novels of the 20th century the music is incredibly varied, combining rock, funk, blues, jazz, classical and more—often in the same song! Gnarly atonal melodies, bizarre harmonies, astonishing guitar fireworks and telepathic group interaction make this one of Zorn’s most scintillating and adventurous new projects. The music is both intense and hauntingly beautiful, touching upon aspects of Possession, Magic, Witchcraft, Hysteria, Tragedy and Transformation. Featuring some of the most insane guitar fireworks ever, this is no less than a musical reign of terror. Everyone is playing at their best here, and you have never heard such sounds! As always Zorn pulls the very best out of the musicians and they play some of the most outrageous solos you have ever heard.


Insurrection (2018)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Salem, 1692 (2018)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



5 Albums. 39 Songs. 3 hr 23 min.


Chaos Magick is a contemporary magical practice based on the ideas of Austin Osman Spare. Remarkably inclusive, it embraces and has influenced the work of William Burroughs, Robert Anton Wilson, Aleister Crowley and many others. Inspired by these magical practices, Zorn enlists the three members of his most powerful 21st century ensemble Simulacrum with special guest Brian Marsella on electric piano into this eclectic new quartet Chaos Magick. A fast moving, improvi-sational and intensely focused ensemble that draws upon classical, jazz, funk, improvisation, metal and more. This music is even crazier than Electric Masada—a must for all fans of the outer realms!


Chaos Magick (Nothing Is True — Everything Is Permitted) (2021) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Ninth Circle (Orpheus In The Underworld) (2021) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Multiplicities: A Repository Of Non-Existent Objects (2022) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


444 (2023) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Parrhesiastes (2023) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



4 Albums. 36 Songs. 2 hr 39 min.


Julian and Gyan are two of new music’s most accomplished guitar virtuosos. This is a beautiful and heartfelt program of music for late night contemplation on a romantic midsummer evening. Filled with telepathic interplay, meticulous detail, and astonishing soloistic fireworks.


Midsummer Moons (2017) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Masada Book Three - The Book Beri'ah - Chesed: Loving Kindness (2018) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


John Zorn's Bagatelles Vol. 10 (2022)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Quatrain (2023)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



7 Albums. 68 Songs. 4 hr 55 min.


Spiritual compositions for meditation and contemplation performed by three of the most renown guitarists in the world. Unique collection of compositional miniatures blending folk, classical, jazz, bluegrass, world music and more. Featuring seductive moods, driving rhythms and thought provoking twists and turns, this is a charming and adventurous program of music and some inspired by towering figures of Christian mysticism. Filled with compositional surprises, mysterious moods, beautiful harmonies and a stunning lyricism.


The Book Beri'ah Vol. 4: Chesed (2019)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Nove Cantici Per Francesco D’Assisi (2019)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Virtue (2020)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Teresa De Avila (2021) (ACC @256 Kbps; on Streaming)


Parables (2021)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


A Garden of Forking Paths (2022)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Nothing Is As Real As Nothing (2023)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



5 Albums. 48 Songs. 4 hr 1 min.


This band's concerts are characterized by intricate arrangements, high-level improvisational skills, deep knowledge of harmony and counterpoint, dynamic chamber group interplay, and a deep sense of musical exploration. The music of this group strongly defies stylistic categorization, so a concert with this trio is always stylistically "unexpected" and offers a rare variety of styles and a very special listening experience.


Buer: Book of Angels Volume 31 (2017)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Hierophant (2019)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Calculus (2020)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Meditations on the Tarot (2021)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


John Zorn's Bagatelles Vol. 6 (2022)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)



2 Albums. 16 Songs. 1 hr 27 min.


Inspired in part by the Goldberg Variations and Schoenberg’s solo piano music, “Suite For Piano” is Zorn’s very personal take on some of the oldest traditional classical forms. It is performed here by one of the most dedicated, virtuosic, and passionate interpreters in the Zorn universe, Brian Marsella, whose educational experience (too “jazz” for the classical world and too “classical” for the jazz world) makes him the perfect interpreter of Zorn’s cross-pollinating musical poetics. Accompanied by the telepathic rhythm section of Jorge Roeder and Ches Smith (Heaven and Earth Magick) this is a beautiful and soulful program of music for the classic instrumentation of piano, bass, and drums.


Suite for Piano (2022)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Fourth Way (2023)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



4 Albums. 37 Songs. 3 hr.


Incerto is the birth of an exciting new modern jazz ensemble featuring the remarkable trio from “Suite for Piano” (Brian Marsella, Jorge Roeder, Ches Smith) joined by the brilliant guitarist Julian Lage. A quartet capable of anything, this is the perfect group to realize Zorn’s quirky compositional twists and turns. The music is wildly varied—maddeningly complex, powerfully driving, heartbreakingly beautiful—and embraces complex meter changes, atonal melodies, unusual harmonies, and bizarre structural complexity. Inspired by Sartre, Freud, and the Uncertainty Principle, the music explores possibilities, probabilities, inevitabilities, and impossibilities. Modern chamber jazz at its very best!


Incerto (2022) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Multiplicities II: A Repository of Non-Existent Objects (2023) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Full Fathom Five (feat. Brian Marsella, Julian Lage, Jorge Roeder & Ches Smith) (2023) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Homenaje A Remedios Varo (2023)



16 Albums. 176 Songs. 11 hr 36 min.


From March to May 2015, John Zorn composed 300 new tunes that were eventually collected into a book of music he called The Bagatelles. After 5 years of performances around the world in venues large and small, the choicest ensembles have gone into the studio and the recordings are finally being made available in a series of limited edition 4-CD BOX sets. Each set will present four ensembles performing a unique program of Zorn's Bagatelles.


Set One (2021)


Vol 1 (by Mary Halvorson Quartet)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Vol 2 (by Erik Friedlander and Michael Nicolas)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Vol 3 (by Trigger)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Vol 4 (by Ikue Mori)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Set Two (2021)


Vol 5 (by Kris Davis Quartet)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Vol 6 (by Brian Marsella Trio)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Vol 7 (by Brian Marsella)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Vol 8 (by John Medeski Trio)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Set Three (2022)


Vol 9 (by Asmodeus)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Vol 10 (by Julian Lage & Gyan Riley)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Vol 11 (by Jim Black Quartet)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Vol 12 (by Cleric)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Set Four (2023)


Vol 13 (by Speed-Irabagon Quartet with John Zorn)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Vol 14 (by Peter Evans)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Vol 15 (by Ben Goldberg 4)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Vol 16 (by Sam Eastmond)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)



3 Albums. 25 Songs. 3 hr 20 min.


In the late ’70s and early ’80s Zorn presented yearly retrospectives of his game pieces at various Downtown venues. He called these events his Olympiads. Here you will find the building blocks of Zorn’s trademark musical language—virtuosic extended techniques, surprising contrasts, fast group interaction and razor sharp changes. The music is astonishing—filled with strange sounds, odd juxtapositions, stark silences, sudden explosions, and all held together by a bizarre overarching compositional logic. This music can be used as jumping off points for improvisation. The score uses an hermetic language of meticulously notated sounds inspired by contemporary classical extended techniques, cartoons, film noir, Zen philosophy, and the idiosyncratic guitar languages of free improvisation. Vexingly entertaining, these curious releases also contain the most gonzo music ever created for solo guitar!


Dither Plays Zorn – Volume 1 (by Dither, 2015) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Fencing 1978 – Volume 2 (2022) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Pops Plays Pops-Eugene Chadbourne Plays The Book Of Heads – Volume 3 (2022) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



10 Albums. 80 Songs. 7 hr 42 min.


Much like an aural film, the music jumps from scene to scene with breathtaking precision, following its own peculiar logic. The music is filled with bright light and a childlike innocence, and ranges from long form compositions with constantly shifting time signatures that unfold with a compelling inner logic to mysterious ballads and hypnotic moods. Blending an hypnotic minimalist propulsion with the complex cinematic sweep of Zorn's fast changing extended file card compositions, the music develops from moment to moment in ways both surprising and inevitable. Breathtaking and hauntingly beautiful. Replete with the procedures of distillation, calcination, crystallization, sublimation, purification, rotation as well numerology, prayers, canons, contrapuntal complexity and the ghost of a familiar fugue. Get ready for some of the most beautiful music Zorn has ever made! Here Zorn turns to chamber music simplicity with an intimate ensemble of harp, vibraphone and guitar.


Femina (2009)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


At The Gates Of Paradise (2011)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Goddess (2010)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Gnostic Preludes (2012)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


A Vision In Blakelight (2012)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Concealed (2012)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Mysteries (2013)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


In Lambeth—Visions From The Walled Garden Of William Blake (2013)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Psychomagia (2014)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Alchemist (2014)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



2 Albums. 9 Songs. 1 hr 24 min.


Zorn and Laswell have been friends and musical compatriots since they first met in 1978, and have been responsible for some of the most intense and memorable music in the late 20th and early 21st centuries. Something special was happening the after the pandemic lockdown—and after the session Laswell felt rejuvenated—as if all the toxins and poisons had left his body. Soulful and essential, the Spectrum series is an historic meeting—and the first recorded duo project by these two Downtown magicians. Here the music takes on more of an ambient edge, and is distinguished by telepathic improvisational interplay and a unique virtuosity.


The Cleansing (2022)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Memoria (2023)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



7 Albums. 133 Songs. 10 hr 5 min.


"As the jewish people continue to grow into the 21st century, they carry their culture along with them. Tradition, history and the past have always played a strong role in the life of the jews but it is also important to think about the future. As we grow as a people, it seems natural that our culture should grow along with us. Just as jazz music has progressed from dixieland to free jazz and beyond in a few short decades, and classical music went from tonality to chromaticism, noise and back again, it has occurred to me that the same kind of growth should be possible, and is perhaps essential for jewish music. Questions arose, as did the need to address them. The cds on the Radical Jewish Culture series is a first attempt at addressing some of these issues. The series is an ongoing project. A challenge posed to adventurous musical thinkers. What is jewish music? What is its future? If asked to make a contribution to jewish culture, what would you do? Can jewish music exist without a connection to klezmer, cantorial or yiddish theatre? All of the cds on the tzadik RJC series address these issues through the vision and imagination of individual musical minds." —John Zorn


Bar Kokhba (1996)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Masada - The Circle Maker (1998) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Masada Guitars (2003) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Masada Anniversary Edition Vol. 2: Voices in the Wilderness(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Masada Anniversary Edition Vol. 3: The Unknown Masada (2003)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Masada Anniversary Edition Vol. 4: Masada Recital (2004)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Masada Rock 10th Anniversary Edition (2005)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)




37 Albums. 312 Songs. 1.2 Days.


Projects, which John Zorn collaborated (unlike "featured" albums, here our alchemist master had full participation), with a wide range of artists, bands and music styles. If his projects are not enough thus far, here we have another 37 albums to dig in. Enjoy!


NY Tapes (1978) (by Zorn, Kondo, Centazzo, Cora, Chadbourne) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


School (by Eugene Chadbourne & John Zorn, 1978) (MP3 @320 Kbps; Uploaded)


In Memory of Nikki Arane (by Eugene Chadbourne & John Zorn, 1980)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Yankees (by John Zorn, Derek Bailey, & George E. Lewis, 1983)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Deadly Weapons (by Steve Beresford, John Zorn, Tonie Marshall & David Toop, 1986)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Voodoo (by the Sonny Clark Memorial Quartet - Zorn, Wayne Horvitz, Bobby Previte and Ray Drummond, 1986)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


News for Lulu (by John Zorn, Bill Frisell & George E. Lewis, 1988)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


More News for Lulu (by John Zorn, Bill Frisell & George E. Lewis, 1992)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Improvised Music New York 1981 (by Bill Laswell, Sonny Sharrock, Fred Frith, Derek Bailey, Charles K. Noyes & John Zorn, 1992)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Mr. Bungle, 1991 (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Menagerie Dreams (Thomas Chapin Trio, 1994)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Art of Memory (by John Zorn & Fred Frith, 1994 - reissued in 1999)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Zohar (by The Mystic Fugu Orchestra (John Zorn & Yamataka Eye), 1995)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Nani Nani (by John Zorn & Yamataka Eye, 1995)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Harras (by Derek Bailey, John Zorn, & William Parker 1996)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Euclid's Nightmare (by John Zorn & Bobby Previte 1997)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Weird Little Boy (by Weird Little Boy - John Zorn, Trey Spruance, William Winant, Mike Patton and Chris Cochrane, 1998) (MP3 @320 Kbps; Uploaded)


Downtown Lullaby (by John Zorn, Wayne Horvitz, Elliott Sharp, & Bobby Previte, 1998)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


1977 1981 (by Eugene Chadbourne & John Zorn, 1998)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Prelapse (by Prelapse, 1999)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Ars Longa Dens Brevis (by Fred Frith, Onnyk & Toyozumi Yoshisaburo & John Zorn, 2000, recorded live in 1985 & 1987)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Buck Jam Tonic (by Tatsuya Nakamura, Bill Laswell, & John Zorn, 2003)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Naninani II (by John Zorn & Yamataka Eye, 2004)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Stone: Issue One (by John Zorn, Dave Douglas, Mike Patton, Bill Laswell, Rob Burger, & Ben Perowsky, 2006)(MP3 @320 Kbps; Uploaded)


The Stone: Issue Three (by John Zorn, Lou Reed & Laurie Anderson, 2008)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


The Art of Memory II (by John Zorn & Fred Frith, 2008)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming). Note: Track No. 1 not available.


Late Works (by John Zorn & Fred Frith, 2010)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Receiving Surfaces (by John Zorn and Rova Saxophone Quartet, 2011)(MPEG @200 (VBR) Kbps, Uploaded)


"@" (by John Zorn and Thurston Moore, 2013)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


The Dream Membrane (by David Smith, Bill Laswell and John Zorn, 2014)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Sonic Rivers (by George E. Lewis, Wadada Leo Smith and John Zorn, 2014)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Blink (by Yoko Ono & John Zorn, single-sided 10-inch, 2015)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


John Zorn: Cat O'Nine Tails, The Dead Man, Memento Mori & Kol Nidre (Quatuor Molinari, 2019)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Songs for Petra (by John Zorn & Jesse Harris, 2020)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Shinjuku Pit Inn (by Soup with John Zorn)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


The Cleansing (John Zorn & Bill Laswell, 2022)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Memoria (John Zorn & Bill Laswell, 2023)(ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



4 Albums. 18 Songs. 4 hr 53 min.


In these albums, John Zorn had limited participation and/or was a guest/featuring artist. This series also includes a "rare" compilation called"The John Zorn Radio Hour" which was a Promotional release, described on the cover as "a specially produced one-hour radio program" featuring Zorn "Spinning his favorite discs, revealing his influences, and discussing Naked City." Also includes four banded tracks from Naked City.

The Technology of Tears (by Fred Frith, 1988) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


Environment for Sextet (by Andrea Centazzo with Eugene Chadbourne, Tom Cora, Toshinori Kondo, Polly Bradfield & John Zorn, 1979) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


The John Zorn Radio Hour (1990) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; Uploaded)


In Convex Mirror (2018) (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)



12 Albums. 14 Songs. 1 hr 47.


John Zorn’s Classical Music compositions performed by extraordinary musicians.


Pandora's Box by Arditti Quartet (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Kol Nidre by Ha-Yang Kim (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Kol Nidre by Camerata Bern & Patricia Kopatchinskaja (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Kol Nidre by Bochmann String Quartet (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Road Runner by Guy Klucevsek (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Road Runner by Mie Miki (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Road Runner (For Accordion) by Claudio Jacomucci (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Carny (1989/96) by Steffen Schleiermacher


Zorn: Merlin for Double-Bell Trumpet by Marco Blaauw (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


La Machine de l'etre: I,II,III by Sakari Oramo, Anu Komsi & Sinfonia Lahti (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Babel by Jeffrey Zeigler (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)


Là-bas by Randall Harlow (ALAC 16 bits/44.1 kHz; on Streaming)

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